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Poster: Mitsubishiman Date: Jul 3, 2004 12:16pm
Forum: prelinger Subject: Re: All your prelinger are belong to us

My original PC came with a 120 Gb HD, I have added another 120 GB and a 250 Gb internal plus a 80 Gb external bringing the total to 0.57 Tb, so you are not off-base in this new world of high speed connections (mine is a 3 Mb and will test at 2.7 Mb 99% of the time)you have to think in terms of terrabyte which I estimate now that I have started video editing I will probably be adding another 250 Gb soon (approx $200 everywhere), good luck in your endeavors, mitsubishiman.

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Poster: Visual16 Date: Jul 15, 2004 5:23pm
Forum: prelinger Subject: Re: All your prelinger are belong to us

I wonder about the life of data on unplugged hard drives. There are "removable" shelves which hold a secondary HD and plug it into the computer quickly for data transfer between several computers. The only rule of thumb is not to store the HDs one on top of the other because the magnetism can eventually ruin the data. The present tech war is the development of a blue light laser which is more coherent and can store vastly more data than the present DVDs.

This post was modified by Visual16 on 2004-07-16 00:23:55

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